|Wing Load (kg/m2)||53.6|
|Power load (kg/hp)||8.0|
|Speed at 0m||150km/h|
Low-wing monoplane, built for sport and training purposes. Fuselage - plywood monocoque of oval cross-section, Wing roots 'integrated' with the fuselage. Wing is supported by two spars and stressed plywood skin, cowering the wing from the leading edge to the second spar. The rest - fabric. This construction was used by V.K.Gribovskij in all his following designs.
In October 1932 pilot D.A.Koshits made 4500km flight Moscow - Riazan - Kazan - Samara - Saratov - Stalingrad - Rostov - Zaporozhje - Feodosia - Poltava - Kharkov - Moscow. No records were set, but reliability of aircraft was proven.
|Created January 04, 1999||Back to|